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THE DAILY NEWS.
RIORDAN, DAWSON fr 00,
PROPRIETORS.
OFFICE No. 149 EAST BAT.
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PATHanr Invariably in advance. No paper sent
anless the cash accompanies the order, or for a long?
er ~ Umo.thau paid for.
THE DAILY NEWS will bo served to snbscrlbera in
the city at io cenia ? ur eek.
ADVKH-visp.MKwrs.-First insertion, IS cents a lins;
?nbseqaoat Insertions, 10 cents s Une. Business
Holleos, 20 cents a Uno. Marriage and Funeral No
Si ces, One Dollar each.
if JE w a s tr M at AM r.
-Gold in New York on Saturday was quoted
nt mi.
-Cotton closod quiet, at 345c for middling
uplands.
-Ia Liverpool on Saturday colton waa Arm?
er and active. Balea 15,000 bales. Uplands
12jd; OrioatiB 1213.
-Tho Princo of Watoa won$20.000 by betting
on the Derby.
-Andy Johnson intends to write a history of
bis administration. .
_Tho most coquettish novelty of the season
is tbo floral fez or pouf hat, studded so closely
with flowers'that the frame is concealed^ ?
_Congressman H?ge uses his offlciul franks
on invitations extended by the Radical Com?
mittee .to their blrbeoue in Latta's Grove.
-Cbinoao capitalists, are manufacturing
shoes and slippers In San Francisco, and they
overcome their old habita so far. as to. use sew?
ing machines in the work. - " :
-It ia estimated that tho number of persons
who vioitod Florida oh business, as Settlers,
and as invalids or ,pleasure-seekers, last win?
ier, will reach three hundred thousand.
-Sixty-two emigrants, direct from Switzer?
land, arrived st Goldsboro', N. O.? on friday
evening. They ara ip a fine condition, and
were received by members of the North Caro?
lina Immigration Association. Mr, Atkinson,
the agent of the association, has returned from
JSn^rope.._._
-Miss Hattie E. Woodruff, of Charleston, 8.
C., obtained the first premium for drawing and
painting, and the modal for instrumental mu?
si? and French, at the annual distribution of
prizes, june 30, of the Educational Establish?
ment for Young Ladies or Convent of Villa
Maria, Montreal, Canada East.
-The Secretary of War has issued his ap?
proval of the plans for the construction of the
bridge between New York and Brooklyn, pro
Tided that tbe height of the centre of tho main
span of tbe bridge shall not be less tban one
hundred and thirty-five feet in the clear at
moan high water of the spring tides.
-The Athens, Ga., Watchman says : "We
learn that A. M. Jackson, Esq., the Ordinary
ot this county, Bold, last week, the cotton
grown on au acre lot in Watkinsviile for two
hundred and seventy-six dollars I Who can
heat this ? There is "life in tho old land yet,"
and old Clarke is hard to beat in agricultural
products."
-A dispatch from Washington says : "Mrs.
Dr. Mary E. Walker has at ln?* ?uoooodod iq
her persistent apnH*-*lofl8 for ft gevernment
office. P?-?*?ooue and all, she is to be induot
?* into a clerkship io the omeo of the hird
auditor. She will bo the only woman in that
office, but it will be remembered that she ex?
pressed herself as 'not afraid of the men.'"
-The Yoi prer trial before a military commis?
sion proceeds slowly. A telegram dated Jack?
son, Miss., June 28 says: "The prisoner, in bis
bearing beforo tbe commission, does not betray
any signs of oppression. Be cannot be said to
he defiant, bnt he ia not in the least abashed.
He has been treated with considerable leniency
by tbe military authorities. Once or twice
daily the carriage containing Mrs. Yerger, tho
two daughters, young ladies of thirteen and
fifteen, and one or two young children, may he
e?on driving through the camp to the prison?
er's quarters, bringing creature comforts to
him. The privilege appears to have been
?bused, and whiskey and money bave been con?
veyed to him. He is not now permitted to re?
ceive anything from outside, and is confined
strictly to army rations. John E. Yerger, the
?nele, sud George Yerger, the brother, who
h?ve been in confinement since Colonel Crane's
death, were this day released under bond?.
-Tbo New York reporters give lengthy ac?
counts of their experiences on board the cap?
tured expeditionary fleet. Three steam tugs,
it seems, were chartered to convoy the men to
the Lower Bay, wbile two provision laden
schooners had preceded them. The tugs cur?
ried about two hundred men, half of whom
were Cubans, .be remainder were New Yorkers,
chiefly Irishmen, all Of whom had served in
the late war either as officers or privates.
Among the Cubans was Charles Mayer, who
fought the celebrated Spanish duellist. Pepe
Halla, cf New Oilcans, on the 9th ot last ?Eay.
While the tugs were waiting in tbe bay, the
expected steamer was captured by the United
States authorities. Tbe officers on board the
tilge cruised around until their provisions gave
out and then pat into New London, where
they learned what had happened and deeided
to return to New York. Soaroely had they
?hanged front, however, before the revenue
cutter Motoning appeared and they wnre tafeen
into custody. ?moa* the articles found on
the tugs was a bundle of Cuban bonds, with
which the volunteers were to be paid.
-The robbery of the Ocean Bank is still the
sensation in New York, but there is little or
nothing really new to add to the facts already
given. It waa stated by . some ot the papers
thai the porter of the bank bad tbe combina?
tion of the lock to the outer door of the vault.
This is positively denied by the officers of the
bank, who say that only the president and one
other officer ever bad any knowledga of the
com linaiiou. It is also said that the report
that the key of the inner door of tho vault was
tarming OD the lintel is wholly false. Some
light is obed oa tho question of the safety of
the combination tcok In use by the operation
of aa expert locksmith of New York. This
person called at the bank OD Tuesday and of?
fered to pick tb combination look on the
oater door, if penn liston were granted him to
operate. The door was thereupon locked, the
combination being known only to the pr?si?
dant, and, euro enough, the locksmith did
.open it, and with comparative facility. This
Jock has two hundred numbers oa the dial,
thus allowing for millions of combinations.
Hitting upon the exact conjunction of qom
ber? by which the iock may be opened (the
changes therein belog made at the will of th?
party who looks the door.) may, therefore, be
set down as a simple impossibility; but that
there is S pian by which this seeming difficulty
may be overcome without injuring tho lock, is?
mide fully apparent, both from the operations
of tho burglars as well ss from the undeniable
proof of that fact given bj the locksmith re?
ferred to. ' That pontleman said that the
rsnoons bj which tho unlocking is done are so
janela that ho could, in flf .con minutes'time,
teach any person of ordinary capacity how to
perform tho opera: ion. That the bm glare
who entered tl e Ocean Bunk wore cognizant of
thia moans admits no doubt; in fact, the man
uer in which tho robbery was accomplished,
from beginning to end, shows that the parties
engaged in it were thorougly trained in every
particular of their nefarious business, and
were possessed of far moro than ordinary ex?
pertness at their unlawful trade.
-A co-operative farm of over ten thousand
acree has recently been established by tho Mar?
quis do BoisBiore, a French gentleman of ample
means, and an ardent disciple of Fourier. The
foundor of this establishment intonda to spend
two of tbreo years in plant-mar aud improving
thc farm, erecting large dwellings and manu?
factories, before inviting persons of similar
views to join him. Alargo number of labor?
ers aro now engaged m the preliminary work
of establishing a "phalanstery," and the Mar?
quis is now living with them, in a rough frame
houso, in backwoods style. Do Boissiere has
embarked his whole' fortuno, amounting at tba
lowest estimate to .$1000,0d0. iu this beneVo
lout enterprise, and has mido a will, giving
$100.000 to his relativos, and vesting the re?
mainder in trustees to cirry out his plans.
Although a follower of Fourier, the Marquis .
de Boissiere does not approve of the wild
sobemos of that philosopher, and is in
favor of preserving social institutions as
they' exist. De Boissiere, it is staled, is
an eminoutly practical man, was ?ducat
od at a Polytechnic school in France,
and has heretofore boen engaged in managing
his eBb&len, comprising three thousand acres
ot laud near Bordeaux. ''Commuoism" is not
approved of, and every man and woman in the
Sottlemont must earn a separate living. Tbe
institution forming a model of the Kansas
colony is the "family" at Guise, near St. Quen?
tin, in the east of France. At Quise, a family
houso bas been established, where all the
members, mostly working people, cheapen
their living by outing at a corrirnon teble-4he
saving bsing effected by purchasing food at
wholesale, and cooking it in large quantities.
En tho vicinity are farms and workshops; owned
by tho society and. under the supervision ?of
managers selected from the community. Ap?
plicants for admission most produce oatis
Paotor evidence of sobriety and industry, and
pay a email initiation fee. Apartments are
furnished to the members, who have the
privilege of using a library. The children
tnuat be sent to school for a certain number of
Fears, Ordinary money is not allowed-the
>oly currency being checks issued by: the
society. . : - : ._? 1 .
CHARLESTON.
? i j i i 9
MONDAT MORNING, JULY 5, 1869.
Tata NEWS is published every day ia tho
rear except Sunday, and will appear as
isual to-morrow (Tuesday) morning.
?hall the Statte Taxes he Paid T
The people of the State are indignant
.hat the taxable value of their property
should have been doubled and trebled with?
out any sound reason ; and in more than
one county there is a disposition to try the
question, whether the sworn statement of
the property-holder is not a better evidence
of the true value Of Ms property than the
arbitrary decision of a Board of so oall?d
Equalisation, having its sessions in Colum?
bia. The State constitution declares (arti
ole 1, section 36) that ?all property subject
to taxation aboil be taxed in proportion to
its value," and the tax low of 1868 provide!
(section 48) that " all real and personal
property shall be valued for taxation at itt
true value in money, which, in all oases not
otherwise specially provided for in this sot,
shall be held to be the usual Meiling pri?e ol
similor property at the plaoe whore th?
return is to be made." Under this 4*to<
;lause the sworn returns were made to th?
listriot assessors. They ware than exam'
ned by the . State B o ard of Equalisation,
who added a total amount of $49,046,068 t<
o tho returned val?a of the real property
tiona.
This addition presses upon tho differ
int oounties with very unequal weight
Ca Orangeburg, for instance, the revise?
issessment is three times the origins
issessment ; in Kershaw and Marion twiee
tad in Chesterfield and Edgefield ona and t
lalf times. In soma eases, lands had un
loubtedly been given at less than the:
ntrinsio value, but it is very qaestionabl
whether any returns of consequence war
nada at less than the price whioh the prc
perty would then have sold for in ope:
narket. The worth of the thing is what i
will bring, and it was not incumbent upo:
he holder to assess his property at on
tent more than its market price, howers
ow that price might be. And, besides, i
ray returns were improperly made, who
ustioe is thara in taxing a whole oonnt,
'or the shortcomings of one man or te
nan ? The whole action of the State Boar
>f Equalisation was tyrannical and arbi
rary. Tyrannical, beosase they too
advantage of the terms of an inoomprehei
lible law to doubla and treble tba amour
?f taxation ; and arbitrary, because tba
made their additions by role of thuin!
liaving no means Of deoidiug whether th
returns bad, indeed, bean fraudulent!
nada. The effect of this "equalisation
most be disastrous. Men who bad laid b
enough to pay taxes on $6000, the tn
raine of their property, now find themselvi
jailed upon to pay taxes on $10,000 if the
liva in Kershaw or Marion, and on $15,0C
if they live in Orangeburg. This is enoug
0 daunt any people, however indue tr
?us, and it is not surprising that moi
than one of the eounty papers advist tnei
readers to resist the payment of taxes, o
io refuse to pay upon more thea the orig
aal assessment of their property.
In so serious a matter the people will n
tot without deliberation and rtfleotios. ?1
ire in tba hands of a godless oraw wi
lave no interest in the general welfare
he State, and who would find room for pr
1 table jobbing in any movement whit
night lead to the sale af large traste
and under tax executions. A square ai
>pen resistance te tho collection of taxes
my kind would probably bring tba Rad
lalo to their sansas, bat ?bi? eanstot bs ha
Ff hat is now naadad is to test tba legali
if the notion of the State Board of Equi
xation, and this can surely bs dons,
Nor should we hesitate to avail ourseiv
>f all tba trioka and turns of tho law
ridding ourselves Of an unjust tex. Ti
ax law (section 96) say* that all tax
'shall be payable, annually, on or befo
he first day of Marok after their aase?
amt." lt was intended io make th? asset
a?
ment early in the year, so thai th? tax??
might ba due bj Maroh 1st of tko present
year. Bat the aasesament wa? not mada
until late ia May last, and tho taxe* under
tho law, are not du? until Maren, 1870.
There oan be no enforcement o? a penalty,
no distraint, no salo of property for taxes,
until the taxes are duo, and wo should like
to know under what seo lion of tho tax law
the Treasut?v8 0Bn compel the taxe* to be
paid up at onoe. Thia Ia a matter worthy
of consideration, for <tw of U8 are 80 ena.
mored of our Radioal ru,,, aa j0 desire to
pay taxes any earlier than "e aPe obliged
to do so.
The whole question, however, resv? with
the people of the different, .counties. ISo
agitation will be of raine unless it be gene*
ral and oontinued. A flaBh in the pan will
be worse than useless, but the people eas,
if they so desire, defer the payment of their
taxes until the last moment, and in the
meanwhile determine quietly whether a flat
refusal to pay tho taxes aa they now aland,
is the best course to pursue*
Th? Immigration (lueatlon.
A convention has been called to meet in
Memphis, on Tuesday, the 18th instant, for
the special encouragement of Chinese Im?
migration. It will be composed Of dele?
gates from all parjta of the South, particu?
larly from Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisiana, Arkrnsaa and Tennessee- It is
expected, moreover, that Koopmanshaaf,
one of the principal Chinese contractors at
San Francisco, who has already brought
fifty thousand of his country men to America,
will be present at the convention, and will
unfold his plans for organising a mighty
Boheme of direct immigration to the South.
This State ia oertainly aa much interested
as any one of her neighbors in procuring
laborers for the low country, and our rice
and long cotton planters would do well to
be represented in the convention. This
bight give shape to a movement which, in
South Carolina, has, so far, neither head
nor tail- ; "
,? --:-. ? ? .,-> .?? . .. ;
Th? Tax Qtaestion.
The Columbia Phoenix publishes a lotter
to Governor Scott, la which Some taxpay?
ers say : "AB ? number of persons ara
..complaining of the assessment of taxes
"made in the State, and of the amount en
"tailed by said assessment ; and, also, as
"many taxpayers complain and desire to
"know by what means a remedy for thia
"apparent evil may ba obtained, we deem
"it a duty to respectfully apply to you to
"ascertain what course would be beat to
"pursue to secure redress."
The Spartanburg Gazette aaya that ?
peremptory order has been received from
the State Auditor to deduct from the assess
mont of; real and personal property the
amount which had been added. The
amount added by the State Board was 100
per cent. If the deduction can be made in
one oounty, why not in every county ?
TBS LETTERS of our Columbia corree
pondent, published this morning, oontain
an account of the Fourth of July oelebra
tion in Columbia on Saturday, the exami
nation at the Ursluine Aeademy, the cost
of oonvioting a chicken thief, and other
interesting matter.
Copartner**).? l*ttre.
MU. JAMES S. (J IBB Ea HAVING
withdrawn from the Arm of GIBBES k
KWELL. ot Savannah, Qa., we hereby Rive no
tlc*? that tbe buainesa will be carr>ed on under the
eame firm name by the undersigned.
ALLEN 8. GIBBES.
JulyS 8 AB i BUB BARNWELL.
$tiS0liitt08 *f ?0pcttaerai)ip.
THE U N I* K KS 1U ft ED HAS WITH
DRAWN from the finn of GIBBES k BABE
WELL, Savannah, Ga.
(B?raed) JAMES S. GIBBES.
July a 3
T
leo JpnMiiatttim
HE XIX CENTURY
JULY. 1869.
O O K T KN TB I
I. ?'SHOULDER TO SHOULDER."
Reminiscences of Confederate Campa and
Fields, No. 9, b? ' Personne "
n. A LEAP F HOM AN OLD LAWYER'S PORT
FOLIO.
III. TALES FROM 1 HE HiTOPADESA OF
VISHNU BARM IN.
Sanscrit Wit and Wiadom.
IV. DUELS A ND DUALLING.
.V. THE TALMOD-THE TARGUM8.
VI CHARMS OF THE CLASSICS
VII. AGLAUS
A Pot-m to the Memory ot the late Henry
Timrod.
VIII. INTELLEG 1 UAL GROWTH IN THE
SOU TH ERN STATES.
IX. THE B LOOK ADS BUNKERS CP THE
CONFEDERACY.
Crossing the Ocean in an O nen Boat.
X. THE EL)H O ttl AL WORKSHOP.
Success not based on Art-Asses in Lion
ts kins-A Rea ar kable Era-John China?
man and Cud jo H ard sens.
XL DEPARTMENT OP SCIENCE. ABT AND
DISCOVERY.
Sundries-Berne and Foreign Improve
. menta.
XIL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
General Principles.
XIII. PASSE-) Ea Puttant AT BOOKS. SUB
USHERS AND AUTHORS. REVIEWS
_ .NOTICES, Ao -NEW BOOKS.
XIY. ?/?55ES Ant* SP??aS, ?
Thoughts and Things tor Ladies only
How td Do It-Tbs Art Of the Cuisine.
XT. OLLA PODRIDA.
Our Jumble of Sense and Nonsense-The
Summer Solstice - Watering Places -
Fourth of July -The Outlook from
1869- Epitaphs-Old Squire Gr?d?cy on
Squinting Brains.
XVI. THE PARABLE OF SOUTHERN POLI?
TIC--ILLUSTRATED.
XVII. ROOT Y-GttAPHH.
Scott's ractlca- Revised Edition-Printed in
Dolors,
XVIII. PRIVATE JUNO GRANT ON GUARD,
XIX. ODDS AND ENDS FOR THE PUBLIC AT
LARGE.
Juno 80 wfmS
J^iJS?KL.L.'* BOOK ?TOKE.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, 4o.
THE POET AND THE PAINTER, or Gems of art
and fong, with ninety-nine largo steel engrav?
ings, imperial Svo. morocco, 970.
TKX?TBO?'S Era IUiatreted by Gustave Dore, fo?
lio. in aa elegant binding, flo.
XXMNYSOM'S LOOKOUT BAU, illustrated by Hennesy,
4 octavo, 98.
GOAT'S Xuaar, with seven teen ?nely colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction of the
oris'nal manuscript. Ito. 86.4ft.
WATSTDB POSTES, origma! Poems of .country nie,
edited by Robert Buchanan, with forty-seven
illustrations. Ato. 810.
THS BIRD, by Michetet, illustrated by two hundred
and ten exquisite engravings by GiaoomeDi, 86,
Orator ur HOMO, or Hymn of Immanuel, selected
from all ages hy Philip Schaff, D. D., Svo, ol otb
gilt extra, 86.
Cowrsa'a TABUI TALK, and other ?roen?, beana
' tuite illustrated by the moat ami neat English
Arti sta, 1 volume, 4 to. 88. _
Bronx WITHOUT AN END, from the German of Os
rove, large ?to, with fifteen beautiful pic?
tures, in imitation of water color?, 81 SO.
CHRISTMAS CAROL by Charles Dicken*, with thirty
Illustrations, by Ey doge, small 4 octavo, 8ft.
SCOTIA'S BABDS, the choicest oroduetloQs of she
Scottish Poets, beaaUrullv illustra ted. Svo, 84.
MABNJOW, hr Walter Scott, Wim fifteen photographic
. UlnatraUons, 88.
LATS or rai BOLT LANO, bora ancient and modern
writers, with sixty-three Must at lons, Svo, ?8.
CWAXBKBS' Boos or VATS a misorllsnv of popular
antiquities, two larne volumas, royal 8vo, 88,
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Jiuuary lyr
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Warns.
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mendatton an e eU?i situation will be grt?c.
Apply to tho ii! ? y AN?!'>N. ? omer of Geor?v an?
Meeting atreeta 1 _ J**'* P__
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kuiJivan's lab pply ut No. 14 MA?EKI
STBBET, Opposl'i s roet. 8_J"1* 6
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Wash. . 6<?<>d references require*. Apply at
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STREETS. 1?_Jnly S
WANTED, AV WHITE WOMAN TO COOK
and Wash, and pl BL to anrae children. Ap
plv at fin oo uliXl.SpQK \?'KNUK, three doora
aboya Bpi lng, e-uP KJ V 1* July S
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mendations, Apnlv J. ?yo. 1 BliOAD-STKEET.
_juiy 3 _2*
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prefer? IM i aro thai is accustomed to bouse
work and atte?*?- ' to cnn Iren. Becoa.menjHUong
?vpiired. Apply tc A. 3ft, .1 .cE?CS, No. 38 rs.?u.
tagno-street. 'i_ Julv 3
WANTED. rtT A ir A ililli Y WITHOUT
children, a ciM ILL HOUSE, or UA'FOE A
HOUSE, pl?uantlv RI neted n tho central part o
the City. Address, stating lenna, P. O. BOX. No
JW6._ _June 26
WANT*'!) A SDI A L.1. ) inllSK, ??JP 1 ll lt LT
or ion r room H with uohon, tn the centra
part of the oley. Ren: no. tu ?coed ?30 per month
Address "M.." at taw Omeo._Jane 17
WftNTK?? HY A UlAHHlbU MAW, A
situation lu oma Ccttdn SUB South or South
weat; la a?qu..mt. ? > wiih "n branches, having <roik
ed m them all. bul rdiould sdect WfeiVlNG as i
chotee, lerdea ..Nuia. t> engage such a peraot
?ill ploaso mi. u -? a note 'ting terms, to JOHN J
KELLY, NO. UH .-.a.ttfc.flUy'. Boston. May 24
WANTKU. J .:. u?M?V Ttl SUB.
80B1 tnt'. W tbs Cl" OX ATINO UD1UK?
CHARLES 0. I'TO 111 ?.? . Select Library of Nev
Booka contain* . " : thc latest publicatlona.
April 21 _ Ko. lol KING-STREET.
WANT Ki) A?; ?NTS - TO SK iii. THU
AMER JOAN EN ii TING MACHINE. Prlci
ft2ff. The s;i ,10? cheapest and ben Jimmu* ac.
chine ever Invented. WU trait 20,000 stitches pei
mirinee: U - indue?' ^jnta to Agents. Addresi
itMERIOA" SITTING MACBINE COMPANY
Boston. Ma_.s., or 8t.|Louis, Mo.
May 4 _7B
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I Vf LINO SALESMEN in every 8toto, (lock
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Address, with stamp, B. F. HOWE, No. 699 Arch
h treat, Philadelphia, Pst 3 ni oe_April 3
WANTED, EV IC H Y BODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain anc
ornamental, la executed promptly in the neates!
stylo and at the lowest New York pricea, at l BU
NKWS Job Office. No. 14? EAST BAY Call and ex
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elsewhere._ ._ , - ?
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THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEW o
PAPERS, at publisher's rates. ?
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April ai_No. 161 King-etreet.
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1 he work coven the whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment of horses and moles
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Kpolar favor, and ia to-day the moat popular ant
st Belling Horse Book out Address O. F. VEN f
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WANTED-AGENTS-?75 TO ?guO PK?
month, everywhere, male and female, to in
troduee the GENUINE IMPROVED COMMOF
8 EN SE FAMILY SWING MACHINE. Thia ma
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braid and embroider in a moat auoerior manner
Pilos only $18. Fully warranted for five years. Wc
will pay $1000 for any machine that will sow i
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Oura. It makes the 'Elastic Lock Stitch" Ever}
second - fitch can be cut, and attll the cloth canuol
be pulled apart without tearing it. We pay agenti
from $75 to ?200 per month and expenses, or a coin
mission from which twie? that amount can be made.
Address, SECOMB & CO., PITTSBURG, PA.; ST
EOUH. MO., or B04T09. M ABS.
C AU HON.-Do not be imposed upon by othei
parties palming off worthless cast-iron machines
under the aame name or otherwise. Ours ia th?
only genuine ead really practical cheap maohlm
manufactured. 78 May 4
QLo Bent.
FOB. UK NT," THE COMFOUTABLl
DWELLING. No. 4 Donghty-sireet, within fifi;
steps of tbe City Ballway. Apply at No. 143 MEEI
IM o-BT u li B r. Bent reasonable. July 6
T7IOR RENT,UNTIL THE FIRST OF J*N
JJ UABY next, the large and delightful KEMI
DENCE northeast comer of Rutledge Avenue am
calhoun street Possession given immediately. T<
an approved tenant the terras will be accommodating
Apply at Dr. PELZEB'S OFFICE adjoining.
Jttfy ?_mwfS
O KENT. THK FLKA9ANTLY SITU
Al ED TWO AND A HALF STORY REt. I
DENCE, No. 5 Gadsden street, opposite Wentworth
Apply at CHARLESTON STEAM SAW M IXL.
June 14
EAL. ESTATE AGENTS, AND OTBEBI
having bouaea to rent, can have their Placarda
Ac, printed at the lowest ratea and In the newe?
and neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OE
MOE, No. 149 East Bay. '
Jot Snit.
PUR SALK, TWO FINE I? A II ti I
MULES, five and six years old; can be seen a
No. 38 CHALMEB-'-sTBBBT. mwf June 28
STEAM ENGINES VUE SALE CHEAP
if applied ter immediately
(1) One 12-horse Portable ENGINE
(l) One 4-horse Portable Engine.
ALSO,
(1) One 8 horse-power ENGINE, in good condition
OAM1CBON. BARKLEY A CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland-street.
January 15_
AUCTIONEERS, BU OKERS, AN1
others wishing "ror 8ale" Placards, Businea
Cards, or other Job Printing executed with neal
nets and dispatch, will consult their interest by Iba?
lng their orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, Nc
149 Bas? Bay._?
rilHOMAS COUNTY. Ol., PLAN'PATIOS
JL FOB SATE.-I offer for aale a PLANTATIOt
In Thomas County, four milos from Thomasviile,
consisting of twelve hundred and two and a hal
acres first email i y Land, wit'j good Dwelling, Cabins
Kitchen, Barns, stables. Gin-house, Gin Packin,
Screw, Blacksmith Shop, Ato, all under good fence
five hundred acres cleared, balance heavily timber
ed. There are three hundred acres or virgin ham
mock-bounded on the north side by the Allamb
and Gulf Ballroad; on the south by the Mont (celle
road, and th? new railroad from Albany wi!! corni
within half a mile of this Plantation.
There ia a never-failing creek of fine water run
nins through the Plantation; also five wells and twi
well atocked Bah ponda on tbe premises.
This place is known as the ' Seward Home Place,'
being formerly the property of Hon. James L. Sew
ard.
' Th? Mulei. Hones and othf-r Stock, with all thi
Wagons and Agricultural Impl?m nts, wm be sole
with the place on reasonable terms.
For particulars, apply to '
A. STEVENS Augnsta. 6a.
Or to A.P. WRIGHT, ThomaavtUe. Gi.
OT I" J- GUI EM Jv CO ????nm* /??
P. 3.-There are two churches end two schools at
Thomaaville, Ga., fina climate an! good ualga bon.
Jone 7 Imo
AFEW UBftTi,ttMA\ C A W FINI
First-class i'ABLE-BOARD, in the bnslnes
part of the ciiv in a private (Northern) finally
Terms $6 por week. Addreea BOAUD?B. P. O.
willi real name_a? _July 8
?OARD WA MT KD. IM A PRIVATE
fann y, for a family of three. Address. A B
C. at THIS QFEICE._1?_Joly 5
BOARD ?IM SULLIVAN'* I?LA>D.-1 HI
BK Ao H BOTJ4E is now openei fir the ace m
modulion of Boarders, either permanent or transient
ample accommodation for Bionic aod Maroon Par?
ties. Carnage tn attendance at Wharf,
Joly a ia? W I. MoUOS ALP, Proprietor.
IUI JP* RT A ft T TO CITY RESIDENTS.
At the BONNEXHEAU HOUSE. Aiken, S. C.
Board for the Summerat $12 per week, includlnf
Baths, Ac; the coole-t and most delightful spot ll
these highlands. Apply to GEORGS GK RN KB
Manager. $ Jone SO
jfeft itt ?fttlfe.
.ff?OY I OST.-A BOY KN??WM BY THE
0 name of WILLIE FARRELL ' or WILLIS
KENNEDY was decoyed away from hla home lc
Atlanta In April last The boy baa light hair, very
large hine eye?, aomo freckles on his rao and ls holli
talkative and intelligent. Any'information regard
las him may be sent to his mother. Mn. 0. A. KkN
?EDY. Atlanta, Qa. 6 , Jnly S
8TOCEN, FROM MUS, LEV1CY hMOKB,
in Colic ton County, two mt'es from Walter boro*,
on the night of the loth April last, her only MAKE.
1 he Maro u black, and rather low for ber length,
but welt bv.ut; her body long; both ton feet and
one hind foot an white, and branded oo the shoul?
der 8.8. The Mire was followed fifteen miles above
Waiferboro*. In the direction of Barawelt. A whit?
man was riding her. MravMotoke could not have
tho thiel followed for want of means, end her Httti
crop mast be loa' without helo. Any information
relativo to the Man will bs thankfully received. Di
net to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Walter boro*, Coiletou Conn
ty. Mayll
SOLOMON'S I.OD UK, No. 1, A. F. Bl.
THE MONTHLY COMMUNICATION WILL BK
held In Masonic Hall, THIS EVENING, the 6th
ins?., at tight o'clock. The Anear List will ba read.
ofwb.iab.Hll concerned will pioaae take due notice.
Members and candidatos for Decrees will be
punctual. Bj order of the W M.
July 6 W. A. WILSON, Secretary,
I.O.O.F.
THE OPfffOEB* AND M KMBKits Ol? THE! B. W.
. Grand rncampmont are requested to assem?
ble at udd Fe low's HaP, THIS (Monday) EYE-IMO
the 6th iustant, at Eight o'clock, for the ouiposo of
installing the oftWrs or Palmetto Encampment,
No. 1.
By crder of tho Grand C. P.
J. E. MK VF li,
Juiy 5 G. Scribe.
1. t?. O. K.
PALMETTO ENCAMPMENT, No. 1.
THE It ?OBLAR MEETING OF THII (TAMP WELL
bo held THIS ETRHTWO, at Bight o'c'ook, ot
Odd Fellow's Hall, corner King and Liberty street 3.
By order C. P. ROBERT C. bl ABB,
Scribe.
July ? mht, 15 apO. 19 my3 17 ie7.2l iyL18
CINCINNATI.
Trip, ANNINERSARY MEETING OF TBIS 80
< Iii i Y will be bel l mm DAT at South Caro?
lina Hall. Meetlug-street. at Four o'clock P. M., and
the Society wUl dine together at the samo placo at
bslf-p.st Five ?'clock P. M.
JAM KS SIMON*, JB.,
JnlyB_.'>-..,_Secretary. |
PALM ETTI) STEAM ^IHK KNttINK
COMPANY.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF YOUR
Company will be ti old at your Hui. THIS ( Mon?
day! EVENING, July 6th, at tight o'clock precisely.
By order ol the I resident.
ALEXANDER DUNOAN,
July g_Secretary.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LABDEtt
COMPANY, No. 1.
ALL THE A?TIVt? AKDUON. ?ADV MK M RK lt S
ot the Company are invited to p.^ttcmato tn
the Exouroton on Trna DAT. July 6th, 1869. Tickets
can be procured from thet..ndert>ig?ed.
Joly 6_A B. JAHVls. Secretary.
CHARLESTON M KCHAN?U StiCI-TY.
Masonic Hall, 1 HIS EVENING, the Cth instant, at
Eight o'clock. JOSEPH GUY,
July 6_Secretary 0. M. 8.
FHEUNDSCHAF TSBUND.
rpO-DAY BEING THE CELEBRATION OF THE
' JL FOURTH OP JULY. "Our Nolle" bega len ve to
announce to the Members of the above Society that
he will serve up an excellent Lunch at ll o'clock,
A. M CHAS. HI EG LING,
July 6_Secretary.
NIAGARA FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
No. 8.
YOU ABE HERffBI SUMMONED TO MEET AT
the Engine House, 1 HIS Arma?OOH, the 6th
instant, at i wo o'clock, in tull uniform, for Parade.
By order.
July S * J. M. HOLLOWAY. Secretary.
STATE AGHICCLTCHAL AND ME?
CHANICAL SOCIETY.
AMEETING OF TBE EXECUTIVE COMMIT*
TEE is called to meet at Columbia OD the 14th
July mat. A full attendance ia desirable, as impor?
tant mattera will be brought before the committee.
h. JOHNSON UAQODo.
July 6 8 President and Kx-Offlclo chairman.
?ematml.
EE M O V A Ii.-STRAUSS & VANCE
have remove) to the Store No. 14? MEETING
Hi itEET opposite tho Charleston Hotel, formerly
occupied by Messrs. Dewing, Thaye. b. Co . where
they are offering . large and complete assortment of
DRY and FANCY GOODS. Imo July 6
gCt) (&OP?S, <?tf.
HEAP GOODS
J. R, READ & CO.
HAVE JUST OPENED A DESIRABLE LOT OF
LENO MOZ AMBIQUES,
At 35 cents per yard.
. CHOICE JAPANE-E CLOTHS at 3? and 40 cents
- I French Oig&ndies, at 60 cents, reduced irom 76
y I cents and $1.
BLACK DRESS GOODS,
BLACK DRESS GOODS IN VARIETY.
OOKPBISIXO:
HERNAN 19. Bareges, Crape Mar atz, Tamise Cloth,
'q-"?Una., Alpaca. .
AI4D,
8-4 BLACK GOODS, suitable for Shawls, Talmas,
Sro, Ac.
J. R. READ dt CO.
GLOVES ? GLOVES !
SUPER WBITE TAFFETA a LOY RS
Paper Black Taffeta Gloves
Super Colored Taffeta Gloves
, White and Colored Ll?le Gloves
B I Children's Glovea in variety.
ENGLISH HOSIERY.
LADIES' WHITE COTTON STOCKINGS
Men's Half Bose, in best English manu facture.
SUN UMBRELLAS,
DRE*S TRIMMING*. MOSQUITO BOBBINET
and Gauze, Cambric and Swiss Faffing, Linen Sets.
ALSO,
A full assortment of 8WIS8, OAMBBIO and NAIN*
SOOK TRIMMINGS, just received.
J. R. READ di CO.
BLACK LACE POINTS,
WHITE LACE POINTS
Sewing Silk shawls
Summer Grenadine Shawls
Black and White Barege bhawls
Black Silk Coverings.
a'OOETHEH WITH,
OTHER STYLES OF COVERINGS, now offering
at reduced prices,
J. B. BE?D Se CO.,
."MW1!,, ?w'd"RVl Ji ?"-STREET,
April ll mwtSmoo_Opposite Hasel.
p RB AV BARGAINS
^ III
DRV AND FANCY GOODS,
AT
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREET?.
5 CABES OF 4-4 LONG0LOTH8, AT 18? CENTS.
A large assortment ox French Corsets, fi om 76
cents up
Fine choice Collara of Crape Mareta only SO
cents per yard.
French Eign e* <" ambries, ?t 26 cents per yard.
A full supply or Colored Mua.ins, Mozambique*.
Bareges, Lenos, 20 per cent cheaper than anywhere
else.
A fall Hue of Swisses. Cambrics, Nainsooks,
Crossbarred Muslins, at moderate prices.
ROO dozens of english and German Ladles'and
Gem's Hosie.?, from UK cents up.
The latest style of Parasols for Ladies and Chil?
dren, from Ot) cents up.
Ladles' Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs, from 10
cents op.
' Bobine* for Pavilions, at reduced prices.
Boopsalrts for Ladle?, from 40 cents up.
A wall assorted stock Of Straw Goods, Ribbone,
Gloves, A e., which we sett at ridiculous prices.
Call and examine our stock. Great ind?ceme?**
are offered at
FURCHGOTT di BRO.,
Corner King and Calhoun sirc?te.
An exclusive department for BOOTS, BB OKS,
HATS and TRUCKS, which we are able to sell 20
per cent, eheapav than any other housu.
ira? ? amos
J W. di Ii. G. WELU di <fO"
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. ll* WEST PRATT-STRK4ST.
BALTIMORE, MD.,
RECEIVE AND SK LL ON COMMISSION ALL
kinda ol early
VEGETABLES,
KUDUS,
MELONS, ko.
\ We guarantee highest market prices and prompt
retama for aB eeneiirnmesu to our house, stencil
TUH?fmni*Utd Uro? ot charge. 2*0- fia May S
?tausctitrnt*.
J^Al.l, ADP MOi: NT PLICAS A NT.
MN BALL WIRD AM MO MT AO DEN 6TH JULY
auf Mount Pleasant stat ttl acion wozu ich alle meine
Freunde und Bekannte ergebend einlade.
Fur gute Muslck und Erfrischungen lat bestens
gesorgt. Anfangs m< rgens um lu uhr.
Eintrittspreis 26 cents. Damen frei.
PETER SMITH,
Elgenthumer Ton Mount Pleasant House.
July 3 2*
Printing.
PRINTING-.
THE NB??8 JOB OFFICE,
No. 140 Kast Bay,
Executes all kinds of PLAIN and
FANG? PRIN TINO with neitnesa and
dispatch.
The best work guaranteed at less than
New York prices.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
JOB WORK,
BRIEFS, PAMPHLETS, POLICIES
CABDS, CIRCULAR-?, N0TB3
BILL-HEADS, POSTERS, RECEIPTS
CATALOGUES, BANK-CHECKS
SHOW-CARDS, PROGRAMMES
TICKETS, DBUO LABELS, ftc, ka.
AS WEIX AB
LAW B LANKS of every description,
Printed at the shortest notice, and
cheap for caih, al
THE NEW8 JOB OFFICE.
THEATRE MANAGERS,
TRAVELLING SHOWMEN,
RAILROAD AGENTS,
HOTEL KEEPERS,
STEAMBOAT AGENTS,
And all those who have JOB PRINTING
to do, wiU find it to their interest to oall at
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
NO. 140 Kant Bay.
A large and well assorted atock of
PAPER? ana MATKBiAL kept on hand,
from which selections may be mada.
OUR PBIEND3 IN THE COUNTRY
may send their orders to
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
And rely upon their receiving the same
attention and being filled as promptly
and as cheaply as if given personally.
Our Job Department is in charge of
Mr. JAS. D. PARRY, a practical and ex?
perienced Job Printer, who will afford
every facility possible in the execution of
orders.
Address
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
/islllstiliL
Jg A N K M R 9 ,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS AND MER?
CHANTS, withing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, o/
Job Printing of any description, cnn get their orders
filled promptly and in the neatest style, at ^oeap
rates, by applying* at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE. No.
149 East Bay. /_
___e?wn (Eno?H, _
fjy O T II TC JL A w I TC H ..
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY STATE. OUR
many years' experience in the manufacture of
ORNAMENTAL H AIR WO BX enable us to oner
to our customers the flneat assortment of every ar?
ticle required In our Une, from the small FRIZZES
to the full Win, ?rabraei a* Braids or b witib.es, Coila,
Waterfalls. Cushions, Crimpt Hair, Bands, Curls,
Ringlets, lie.
TOBTOI-E-SHFXL DRESSING. TUCK, SIDE AND
FANCY COMBS, and COMBS of every other cl
To the Gentlemen.
WE CAN PURMsSH WIGS, TOUPEES. WHIS
KEES, MUSTACHES, IMPERIALS, Ac
To Our Customers Generally.
THE FINEST FRENCH AND ENGLISH PERFU?
MERY, ?OAP?, POM AD RS. HAIR OILS, HAIR BE
H . ORATIVEs, COSMETICS, ftc, from the most re
ipeetabls houses in each country.
Our GEM AN COLOGNES ar? unsurpassable.
For Knghsti and French Hahr, Tooth and Nail
Bruah ea, Tortoisheil, Buffalo and other Dressing
Combs, we challenge rivalry.
Pardon!or attention la ?aid to the making of Me?
mento Hair Work as BREAST PINS. BAB RINGS,
FINGER KINGS, CHARMS, ftc.
All oid ern by mall will be so flUed that the reputa?
tion Of the house tor toe past thirty-five years shall
not auder tn oar bands. Alway? on hana a Ase as?
sortment of French Jewelry. A liberal discount to
merchants and the trade.
H. di A. ASHTON,
?0. 240 KING-STREET.
January 8 tilka CHARIEST Nt 8, C.
(?rocenes ano MmtUuws.
?ORN TAN HING,
"I K. AA B?CHEL" PKT MK WHI I B
IO I t\J 400 busho B YELLOW COHN, er 8tei=?
er Mea (Juli, fr or salo vy
July 5 2?_H. BUI.WINKLK& CO.
WHKVf ! WHEAT!
WANTED TO PU?CH*SE, IO,OOO
Bushel* O H Ol B WHEAT.
July8_mwg JOHN 0AMP8EM & CO.
SrEO F WAS I
fl ?\?\ bushol? CHOICE HBliD PEAS.
LUU For aale by JOtlN cAMPSEN <fc CO.
July 8_2
OA AAA SHINGLES OF GOOD QUALITY.
Z? Vjm\j\J\J For ealo at a low rate, by
' CHI80LM Blt'M'HKRS,
Adrer'? North Wharf,
Or Bice Mill, wet-t end I radd-atreet.(g
July 5 m w2
Bltl('K> ! BHICKS!
175.000 *J?w?WM' TO ?BEIVS
For ?ale lo* by JOHN TIENCKEN,
Corner of Ht de and Market streets.
Juno 30 wfm8
RYK PMH.lt.
f? A BARBEL? FRESH GROUNH BYE FLOTJB.
t_) Lr 'Campeen Mills," froth quality, at $7 25 per
barrel. Foi aide by
JOHN CaMPSEN & CO.
Joly 3_8
0AT>.
i OA IIA BU'HKLS ERIGUT HEAVY OATS ,
ll\J For sale by T. J KEHR ti CO.
Jun? 30
HONEY !
FOB BALE, WHOLESALE AND BETAL. RY
Dr. H. BAER,
June 20_No. lal Meeting-street.
HAY.
IJ A A B*^E3 PB1ME NORTH RIVER HA?.
* \J\J For salo by T. J. KERR lt CO.
June 28
FL?H lt.
A HO BBL9 "FAMILY," "3TJPEB' AND
*?\J\J "FINE" FLOUR.
For aale by T. J. KERB & GO.
June 28_
NEW GOODS.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGBEEA
BLE, mojtdeicioub and healthy food, used
for Puddings. Jellies, Blanc Manse, Ice Cream,
GriddleCakea, Soups, Ito., put up lal lb. pack?
ages, with directions for une.
Deslccabd Cocoanut, for PieB, Puddings, Cakea,
Sic , put np in half tb. packages, with directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American in hair pints, pinta
and quarts.
Cider and White Wine Vinegar, warranted pure
Freah Boasted Rio Coffee, of good quMlty, at 38?.
V th.
J nat received and for sale by
CO-OPEBA (IVE GBOUEBY STOBE.
Southwest cornir Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free._ May ?8
FRESH DRUGS.
JCST BEOEIVED AND FOB SALE WHOLESALE
AND BETAIL BY DB. H. BABB. No. 131
M EETI Sib- STREET
BISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup
t Schenk's Pulmonic Syrup
Schenk'B Seaweed Tonic
Cherokee Remedy
cherokee Cure
Cherokee Pills
Cherokee Injection
bpears' Fruit Preserving Solution
Brown's Chlorodyne
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pill-, tic. ?LC.
Fleming's Worm Confections
Wright's Rejuvenating Elixir
Churchill's Syrup Hypophosphits o? Lima
Van Heusen's Worm confections
Hurley's Woim Candy
Bardotte's Worm Sugar Drops
Grafen berg Pills
Cephalic Pilla
Schallenberfter's Fever and Ague Pills
Strong's Pills
* MoLane's Liver ' ill-?
Lion's Vegetable Pills
Russell's Soothing Cordial for Children Teething
Jayne's Alterative
Jayne's Expectorant
Jayne's Cn rm ina ti ve
Jayne's Sanative Pills
Badway's Beady Belie/
Rad wa v's B. Pilla
Badway'a Beady Besolvent.
June 21 m wi
? IUD Ct?,
-jyj- li . FILLET,
TROT, NEW YORK,
KAKTJTAOrUBEB OF
STOVES, RANGES, HEATERS, HOLLOW
WARE, Ac.
MAKIJFACTUREE OF
" PHILANTHROPIST," " CHIEF COOK,"
"CHARTER OAK" AND "CIVILIAN"
COOKING STOVES.
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE SOUTHERN
TRADE.
Alto ros siiii nv
D, L. FULLERTON,
AUGUSTA, GA.
THESE STOVES STAND XNB1VALLED FOB
capacity, durability, con7auVnce;i ?nd the general
purposes to which Cook In/Stovea are used. The
PHILANTHROPIST is ex? heavy plated, and has
Ash Drawer; can be r?de into a sis boiler hoi/
stove ; has oaat iron/W?ter Tank galvanised, <t
enamel lined. A st/ctty first-class Stove. T?e
CIVILIAN is of a ne* dsalgn, and has afine Kge
Oven. This Stove /n be had with the extet**on
oaek, six holes, an/re? ervolr when desired.
For further iuprmation apply to /
/ D. L. FULLERTON.
January 86 Cmos Auaus*, Ga.
yTI?BUg? SAVIN?? BANK
or
SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Oattes, Mo. 66 BAST BAT.
Open dairy from.9 A. M. to 2 P. M.
AMO,
Saturday Evenings from.6 to 8 P. M.
THE BOOKS OF THE BANK WILL BE CLOSy*>
FOR THE PAYMENT OF DEPOSITS from thiB*
to the 12th of JOLT in order to make the r.aiar
semi-annual caleula tiona of Interest, but wf C0K '
tlnue to receive deposits dally aa usual.
Interest allowed on deposits, tix per c1'*' ??m"
pounded semi-annually.
DANIEL RAVE!?*" ,B"
Juryl 4 Assia^
QHABBBRLAIII dfe fB*,r?WK,
ATTORNEYS fi La*
80 LIOITORS/IN EQUITY,
ClMtri/WWW ?. ?;
Offiss h/tos Courthouse.
a. a. oniMBVM.?rr? Aity-Gaoera?...E. B. SBABSOOC
Special attentloAul be paid to the Prosecution of
Claims held by pajHssontaiAaef ure state. Ms?!
pRANVlP H. DUO,
Late of thorin of Shepherd, Due Ac Cohen,
KAMDTACTOBSB OF J
PLAIN TIN Vj/ A R Si
And Wholesale Dealef*
JA/ANNED, STAMPED /
No 48 Httyuc-sU-eet. C*1***^ ?. Ct
?sr OIL, PAINT, FB?i^?NS ^a??*B*
XL ade a s.?< ciaUy.

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